Modern Woodmen of America teamed up with Harvest of Gold to help raise funds for Harvest of Gold’s at-risk youth programming.
Harvest of Gold hosted a golf outing at The Elks Golf Club on June 10 and raised $6,126.57. Modern Woodmen matched up to $2,500 of the fundraiser to bring the total proceeds to $8,626.57.
“This is the 11th annual year of our golf outing, and the first matching of funds,” said Harvest of Gold Executive Director Eleanor Harris. “We are tremendously blessed for the relationship with Mr. Dan Mayo. We have been serving the at-risk youth of our community for the past 17 years and beyond. The Board of Directors, Marque Jones, President are truly appreciative of the businesses, school system, United Way, and community at large for helping provide funding for our youth. Thank you Mr. Mayo and Modern Woodmen for partnering with us this year.”
“We were pleased to partner with Harvest of Gold as we appreciate the values of this organization in helping at-risk youth in our community and we are grateful for all they do to help families in Clinton County,” said Modern Woodmen District Agent Dan Mayo. “Modern Woodmen seeks quality organizations to work together to make its communities a better place to live. Our Matching Funds program is one of our feature programs in accomplishing this objective. Marque Jones is a good example of community involvement as a longtime member of Modern Woodmen and we appreciate what he, Eleanor Harris and all those who work hard toward reaching the goals of Harvest of Gold”
Founded in 1883 as a fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen of America offers financial services and fraternal member benefits to individuals and families throughout the United States. For more information about Modern Woodmen and its services, call District Agent, Dan Mayo at 937 725-0445.